Deep in the remote forests of the Eastern Himalayas — in one of the world’s most biodiverse and hardest-to-reach “ecological hotspots” — moths are trying to tell us something. Like the proverbial canary in a coal mine, they are quietly sounding an important alarm. If only we could get close enough to hear it. In the dead of night — and collaborating with a young local indigenous man with unique skills honed over generations — an ecologist named Mansi Mungee breaks all the rules as she begins mapping the colorful, complex and unseen world of moths. What they discover is as surprising as it is achingly beautiful.